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Now available: Firefox 3.5 (Release Candidate 1) or (Release Candidate), depending on which paragraph you read Commented on: 6 years ago (June 18, 2009) @robertsjoe: They got it right with the "Manageability" part of it. I have to agree with Microsoft on this one, "Neither Firefox nor Chrome provide guidance or enterprise tools. That's just not nice...
Windows 7: the case for dumping the Start Menu Commented on: 7 years ago (January 13, 2009) The thing is, how else can they (creatively) make a way for users to launch their apps? Go back to Program Manager, or MS-DOS Executive?
Microsoft pauses Windows 7 public beta due to overwhelming demand Commented on: 7 years ago (January 10, 2009) I'm downloading the x86 version right now and I have the keys for it and the x64 version. Life's good I tell you.
Windows 7 is good, maybe even great. But it's not magic Commented on: 7 years ago (January 6, 2009) I'm sure that 7'll run better than Vista on comparibale hardware. Plus, I installed the latest Ubuntu a few days ago on a relatively low end computer (AMD Sempron 3000+, 1GB ram), and it was fast...
Windows Live OneCare 2.0 is free on Commented on: 7 years ago (June 19, 2008) Very interesting. Is Microsoft after the anti-malware industry now?
Mozilla Releases Firefox 3 and Redefines the Web Experience Commented on: 7 years ago (June 17, 2008) Been using FF3 for a few months now. Got the final version of it 90 seconds after it was released. And I was on IRC the entire time, counting the amount of times it was downloaded, which the last...

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